Visit your local west elm store to shop in person, or make an appointment with one of our in-store Design Specialists. We'll help you choose colours, floor plans, furniture + fabric swatches. We can also help with:
- In-home consultations. Call the store for details and qualifications.
- In-home delivery + assembly services.
Tottenham Court Road
209 Tottenham Court Road
London W1T 7PN, UK
Phone: 020 7637 9150
|Monday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Tuesday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Wednesday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Thursday||10:00am - 8:00pm|
|Friday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Saturday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Sunday||12:00 noon - 6:00pm|
Store EventsContact your store to RSVP
|28 February||Introduction to Watercolours Workshop |
This Introduction to Watercolours Workshop is taught by illustrator Emma Block. This workshop is appropriate for both total beginners and those with some watercolour experience. The workshop will focus on developing skills and applying techniques allowing you to grow in confidence and start to develop your own style. The workshop will start with a colour mixing demonstration allowing you to become familiar with the paint and different effects that can be created. Then you'll learn how simple brush strokes can be used to create leaves, flowers and stems and how these can be ranged to create floral motifs.*You will be given a complete set of materials which you can take away after class, including guide sheets, paper, brushes and a set of Windsor and Newton watercolours.* You'll then work on a final piece, sketching and painting from life, with plenty of hands on guidance and encouragement from the tutor. By the end of the workshop you'll be well on your way to developing your own unique watercolour style.Light refreshments and all necessary materials are provided.
|3 March||Cyanotype Printing Workshop |
Don’t be blue, try something new!During this 3 hour introductory workshop you will:· Get an overview of the cyanotype process and what a cyanotype is.· Learn how to prepare your own light-sensitive cyanotype paper.· Explore ways of creating your very own pieces of art using objects and negatives.· Practise exposing and developing the paper to produce prints.· Each person will produce a variety of bespoke pieces of art and learn how to archival mount the work ready to put into frames for displaying on your walls. · You also get to take away a DIY cyanotype art kit complete with everything you will need to continue to print at home.Workshop Description:Cyanotype is one of the earliest forms of photographic process (It dates back to the mid-1800s) distinctive for its Prussian blue monochrome prints produced in sunlight. This is an effective way of introducing newcomers to photography and the principles of light and light sensitive materials.The process involves contact printing objects and negatives onto light-sensitive paper in the sun. The historical process is fun, easy to learn, ideal for experimentation, and can be done at home with your very own DIY cyanotype art kit. Join in the fun and capture the sun today!Things you will need:· Materials that you would like to make prints, for example, flowers, feathers, buttons, leaves with interesting shapes, semi-transparent materials, ideas for drawings or paper cut-outs, negatives or digital print-outs onto transparencies. There will be an array of materials and objects provided to use on the day too so don’t panic!·An apron or old clothes (splashes of the liquids can stain)·And lastly your lovely selves!Light refreshments and treats provided.
|7 March||Terrarium Workshop |
Come and join us for an evening making your own personalised Terrarium at the Westelm store in Tottenham Court Road.The evening will start with a brief introduction explaining the history & science of terrariums. We will go through the different plants you can use and why they are suited to terrarium building.A range of plants, pebbles and mosses will be provided. By the end of the session you will have created your own miniature ecosystem!All terrarium contents, Jar and tools are included.
|8-10 March||IWD: Rebecca Harker - Art prints Pop up |
Rebecca Harker studied art and design in Vancouver and New York and has a Masters in Art History from the Courtauld Institute in London.Rebecca mainly works with ceramics but has compiled some of her screen prints to celebrate International Women’s Day 2019 at West Elm.All prints are original designs and screen printed by hand onto archival paper.She makes art prints and ceramic wall hangings using materials found in nature, creating both her own designs and working in collaboration on commissioned pieces.The inspiration for her comes from the tension between living a fully urban life, yet feeling a deep need for balance through connection with nature and mindful experience. She aims to create meditative pieces and at the same time to express the origin of the materials from the earth in order to bring texture, life and positive energy into interior spaces.
|14 March||Macrame Plant Hanger Workshop - By Me |
Macrame is back in a big way! Gone are the days of the drab, hippy jute plant hangers of the 1970's. Macrame has had a makeover and is now considered tres chic and features in every interiors magazine. You will learn how to make a macrame plant hanger in the beautiful and inspiring surroundings of West Elm with Katie. She will take you through each step-from choosing your cord, learning the wrapped, spiral and square knot to finishing and trimming and testing a gorgeous pot and plant in your newly made plant hanger. Katie will teach you a variety of macrame tips and techniques in this 2 hour workshop.All equipment and materials will be provided, includes refreshments.
|15-17 March||Vintage Matters Pop-Up |
Vintage Matters is an online store, selling an eclectic mix of vintage and new homeware, furniture and accessories, creating a unique personality for your home or workplace.http://www.vintagematters.co.uk/
|29-31 March||Marissa Irwin Designs Mother’s Day Pop-up |
As the granddaughter and niece of professional jewellers, Marissa Irwin has been draping herself in gemstones from a very young age. Her first designs included graduation gifts for her elementary school girlfriends and birthday presents for her Mom and beloved grandmothers. She continued making jewellery throughout school and university, hosting trunk shows at her family’s jewellery store in Connecticut and selling earrings alongside local artisans at her town’s summer fair. Nowadays, you’ll find her crafting new designs with semi-precious gemstones and freshwater pearls at her kitchen table in London. All jewellery crafted by Marissa is made with her own two hands using high-quality materials that have been carefully selected by the designer herself. In addition to designing with semi-precious gemstones and freshwater pearls, Marissa uses a variety of 24 carat gold-plated and 14 carat gold-filled findings to create unique and distinctive pieces for women across the globe.
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